Everyday English- down the line/down the lane

Everyday English for Today’s People
By ©Adwoa A Akuamoah.
Down the line/Down the lane
Please do not say ‘down the lane’ when you mean some time in the future. Say ‘down the line’.
Down the line- 1. Some time in the future
2. All the way, fully. (Infml)
Eg. 5 years down the line,…
He’s a down the line supporter.
Down the lane-It is not a ‘known’ phrase and has no special meaning. 😏
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